The blackcurrants, exclusively the most noble of varieties, are the Noir de Bourgogne and chosen with the greatest of care. Grown on the slopes of the Burgundy Grands Crus around Nuits-Saint-Georges, the fruits are harvested early on in summer when at full maturity. Joseph Cartron, very attached to quality, has patiently built up very strong connections with the local producers of the Noir de Bourgogne variety. These relationships are essential to preserve all the character of this variety with a low yield (roughly 3 to 4 tons per hectare) which requires very caring attention from all the producers.
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